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I have a loved one who is gay. Where can I find help?


The realization that someone you love is gay can be a shattering experience. If you are trusting in Jesus as your personal Savior and Lord, you can be conscious of your Heavenly Father’s great love for you and your loved one (Jeremiah 31:3). God is the One who is able to transform lives and heal the scars of painful memories. We want to assure you that any willing person can be liberated from homosexuality through the power of Jesus Christ; see 1 Corinthians 6:9-11, especially verse 11. If your loved one is not yet willing to seek freedom from homosexuality, or seems unable to find it, then you should pray earnestly for his or her release. James 5:16 states: “The earnest prayer of a righteous person has great power and produces wonderful results” (NLT).

Center your attention on God and His wonderful plan for your lives. Ask Him to fill you with His Holy Spirit and help you to radiate His love, joy, and peace. The manifestation of the love of Christ is much more effective than argument in assuring others of our great love and concern. Also, ask God to give you wisdom to deal with the situation (James 1:5).

For a practical guide to overcoming homosexuality, the book Coming Out of Homosexuality by Bob Davies and Lori Rentzel would be helpful.

As you turn your loved one over to Jesus, you will discover the truth of Philippians 4:4-7, “Do not be anxious about anything, but in everything, by prayer and petition, with thanksgiving, present your requests to God. And the peace of God, which transcends all understanding, will guard your hearts and minds in Christ Jesus.”

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  1. Shannon M Sampson says:


  2. Jon says:

    I thank Jesus for his pure love and grace. I was very lost and he found me.

  3. Keisha says:

    I really enjoy the readings and looking forward to many more.

  4. Danny Tolson says:

    Thanks for the insight. My daughter is gay and she has a 3 year old daughter and the person she lives with is pregnant. Both souls need a lot of prayer.

  5. Vicky says:

    After an 18 year marriage to a man, who was verbally abusive, my 36 year old daughter tells me she has known she was gay since middle school. Although I will not reject her, how do I and her brother and sister-in-law deal with it? She was baptized a few months ago so I know she believes. I also have a daughter who has rejected God. Help me, please!

    1. Moe says:

      I went through the same thing. I anointed my home, and walked through praying out loud daily. When no one was home, I opened doors windows and told the enemy to flee. I prayed without ceasing.

  6. Orion says:

    I’m gay. I’ve thought about it for a long time and have come to this conclusion. I know God loves me, even if I am gay, nothing anyone says can change God’s enormous, unrelenting love for me, I’m saved and I believe, I may not get into heaven, but I will find love one day and I will be happy. This isn’t something I chose and I know you will tell me it is, I’ve lost so much sleep over it and I can’t be cured because I am not diseased, broken, or sick, I am me, and that’s enough.

    1. BGEA says:

      Hi Orion,
      Thank you for reaching out. You can be sure that you’re going to heaven. Please visit to talk further with a member of our team. We also will be following up with you by email.

  7. Patrick says:

    Help me. I am a gay, and I need to rid myself of this sickness ASAP. I have been praying and praying the gay away, but nothing has changed, Eric creton is just so HAWT! Lord forgive me.

    1. BGEA says:

      Thank you for reaching out, Patrick. We’ll respond to you as soon as we can via email.